PF1: Personal Finance First Principles
Coming up with an idea for a new season feels like quite a big deal. After all, I’m going to be stuck writing about this subject for a few weeks and you’re going to be stuck listening to it! It has to be deep enough to warrant the time spent on it, practical enough so that you can apply what you learn and useful enough to keep you interested! Today I want to introduce the new season, and also give you an update on some other stuff I’ve been up to.
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Personal Finance First Principles
This is season 10 of the podcast. For new-ish listeners, I switched to a seasons format back in summer of 2016. Since then we’ve been through some good stuff.
But now, in Season 10, I want to go back to the roots of it all. I want to go deep into what I’m login to call the First Principles of finance. These are the fundamentals, not the basics, and I want to get really stuck into what they are and how best to apply them to your daily financial lives.
Resources mentioned in this episode
Course: Learn How To Invest
YouTube: MeaningfulMoney Channel
And, here's a transcript:
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